A Review of the Intercontinental Osaka’s Residential Suite

Hotel Review

One to Three Bedroom Residential Suites at the Intercontinental Osaka

Beyond hotel rooms, Intercontinental Osaka provides guests with an option for serviced residential suites. This is perfect for long-term business travelers and families staying together in one suite.

The top 4 floors hold the one to three bedroom residential suites, from floors 29 to 32, ranging from 60 to 160 square meters. The suites each have full kitchens complete with a stove top, microwave, dishwasher, and a fully equipped kitchen and dining set. Plus, it comes with a washer and dryer in the unit. Best of all, the residential suites have full access to the hotel facilities, such as the 24-hour gym and indoor swimming pool.

 

One Bedroom Deluxe Review

The one bedroom deluxe residential suite is ideal for couples and business travelers wanting more space, or even for a family or group of 3 in one room. If you are the kind of traveler wanting the luxuries of a hotel and the access to a full kitchen, this is your room.

Intercontinental Osaka Residential Suite
The bedroom. The layout and design of the bedroom are almost identical to the bedrooms and suites in the rest of the hotel. Here, there is an addition of a desk as the room has a wider floor plan
Intercontinental Osaka Residential Suite
The living room. As opposed to the suites on the lower floors of the hotel, this suite has more space and room for a dining table for 4 guests. The spaciousness allows an extra bed to comfortably fit in the living room
Intercontinental Osaka Residential Suite
The living and dining area makes you feel like you are in your own luxury apartment in Osaka, with plenty of space unlike many actual apartments in Japan. Plus, you enjoy the hotel privileges such as daily housekeeping and turn-down service
Intercontinental Osaka Residential Suite
The fully-equipped kitchen. The kitchen is stocked with pots, pans, and dining ware. There is also a toaster, Nespresso machine, and hot water pot for your daily teas and coffees, which are replenished along with bottled water
Intercontinental Osaka Residential Suite
The bathroom. The one down-side to this residential suite is the lack of luxury details in the bathroom. The finishes are not as luxurious in material and design as the other bathroom in the hotel floors, such as cheaper tile as opposed to granite. If you are a luxury bathroom seeker, this may not be the suite for you

 

Intercontinental Osaka
3-60 Ofuka-cho
Kita-ku
Osaka
+81-6-6374-5700

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